When you serve and it hits 1 person before going out of bounds. Ace is when it hits the floor before anyone touches it. 2nd answer: The word, "Deuce" refers to the number two.
As long as the puck wasn't "kicked" into the net. For Example, if someone hit a slapshot and his teammate was standing right next to the net and the puck hit the teammate's foot, then it would count as a goal.
All other things being constant - the faster the ball is going when it hits, the higher it will bounce. And the higher it was when it is released, the faster it will be going.
Yes they can.
Yes, they are required to hit the ball before it hits the floor a second time ... no matter how may walls it hits.
When your chicken hits the floor
because the softer the surface the bulb lands on the less impact it has on the floor and it will break if the floor is completely hard because it has no soft landing and therefor it has more impact on the floor
It will bounce up ,then down due to gravity. It will keep going through this cycle untill friction will slow it down the eventually stop it
The magnificent seven
Egg's outer surface is rigid whereas the surface of basket ball is elastic in nature. So basket ball bounces but egg gets broken when they hit the floor.